Mary Rechner’s stories have appeared in places such as flash flash clickGettysburg Review, Burnside ReviewNew England Review, Kenyon Review, and Washington Square. Her criticism and essays have appeared in Oregon HumanitiesThe Believer, Propeller, and the Oregonian.  Her story collection, Nine Simple Patterns for Complicated Women, was published in 2010 by Propeller Books.  She works for Literary Arts, is represented by Betsy Amster Literary Enterprises, and lives in Portland with her family.

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